Author Archives: Allen Telgenhof

About Allen Telgenhof

Allen Telgenhof is the Charlevoix County Prosecuting Attorney; he has been an attorney since 1989 and a high school baseball coach since 2005. Graduated from Clio High School, Michigan State University and Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Proud father of Ty, Ally, Will and Lou and husband to Erin.

PA Telgenhof Statement of August 1, 2022

On June 27, 2022, I issued a statement regarding the US Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization in response to media inquiries. Today, I again had multiple inquiries following the Michigan Court of Appeals decision in … Continue reading

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Man Convicted of Stealing Money from Toys for Tots

A Charlevoix County jury found Vincent Michael Ryan, 38, Kalkaska, guilty of larceny in a building following a one-day jury trial today in the 33rd Circuit Court. Charlevoix County Prosecuting Attorney Allen Telgenhof played videos for the jury taken from … Continue reading

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STATEMENT REGARDING U.S. SUPREME COURT DECISION IN DOBBS V JACKSON WOMEN’S HEALTH ORGANIZATION

I was contacted by a few news agencies on Friday after the announcement of the Dobbs decision by the Supreme Court which overturned Roe v Wade. I wanted to have time to review the decision and let it sink in … Continue reading

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Charlevoix Man Pleads Guilty to Illegal Operation of Charter Business

John Joseph Kalbfell, 73, Charlevoix, pleaded guilty this morning in the 90th District Court in Charlevoix to operating a commercial boat charter without a commercial operational endorsement and without a valid Coast Guard certificate of inspection. Both crimes are misdemeanors … Continue reading

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Two Domestic Abusers Sent to Prison

Cody Michael Marr, 31, East Jordan and Aaron Curtis Jones, 42, East Jordan were each sentenced to prison today in the 33rd Circuit Court on charges related to domestic assaults. Marr was sentenced to serve 18 to 60 months on … Continue reading

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Sex Offender Sentenced to Prison

33rd Circuit Court Judge Roy C. Hayes III sentenced Jamie Michael Jacklyn, 31, East Jordan, to serve five to 15 years in prison after he was convicted earlier of criminal sexual conduct in the second degree. Jacklyn was convicted on … Continue reading

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Eight-Time Drunk Driver Sent to Prison

Mark David Woloch, 46, Boyne City, was sentenced to serve 26 to 60 months in prison on a charge of operating while intoxicated, third offense today in the 33rd Circuit Court. Woloch had pleaded guilty on April 8 The drunk … Continue reading

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Man Sentenced to Prison for Builder Fraud

Steven Edward Broman, 46, Indian River, was sentenced to serve 28 months to 15 years in prison this afternoon in the 33rd Circuit Court. According to police affidavits filed in two cases against Broman, in 2019 and 2020, he agreed … Continue reading

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Child Abuser Sentenced to Prison

John Paul Fiedorek, 34, Charlevoix, was sentenced to serve 18 to 36 years in prison this morning in the 33rd Circuit Court. Fiedorek had been convicted of one count of child abuse, first degree and two counts of child abuse, … Continue reading

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Disorder In The Court

It was an exciting day in the 33rd Circuit Court in Charlevoix as following a jury guilty verdict, a defendant who had just been convicted ran away from police officers in the courtroom and hurdled the bar in the back … Continue reading

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